PART 11 -- DESCRIBING AGENCY NEEDS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SUBPART 11.1 – SELECTING AND DEVELOPING REQUIREMENTS DOCUMENTS
11.101 Order of precedence for requirements documents.
SUBPART 211.2 — USING AND MAINTAINING REQUIREMENTS DOCUMENTS
211.274-6 Contract Clauses.
SUBPART 11.6 — PRIORITIES AND ALLOCATIONS
(S-90) Submission of Information Technology and Telecommunications Requirements.
(1) Requirements for individual telecommunication circuits (including integrated equipment, installation, and maintenance), telecommunications services satisfied via the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN), commercial internet services, wireless telecommunication services (e.g., cell phones, pagers, Blackberrys, etc.) and pre-priced telecommunication services/equipment requirements available under existing Indefinite Delivery (ID) contracts (e.g., DATS, Networx, EMSS, Inmarsat, etc.) shall be submitted to DITCO via the DISA Direct Order Entry (DDOE) application at https://www.disadirect.disa.mil/login/asp/login.asp. Orders placed on the EMSS Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA), in support of devices provisioned on the EMSS ID contract, shall also be submitted via the DDOE application. TSRs/TSOs with valid PDCs are the only authorized customer requirements and funding documents for the aforementioned telecommunications requirements.
(2) Requirements for hardware, software, services, networks and systems (including telecommunications) that require an acquisition package (e.g., SOW/SOO/PWS, equipment/material list, QASP, evaluation plan, section 508 determinations, IGCE, etc.) shall be submitted via the DITCO Information Technology & Telecommunications Acquisition Package Submission & Ordering Guide website at https://www.ditco.disa.mil/contracts/IT_instruct.asp. The only authorized customer funding documents to accompany an acquisition package are a MIPR for DoD customers, or an Interagency Agreement for non-DoD customers. TSRs/TSOs and PDCs are not authorized acquisition or funding documents for procurement actions requiring acquisition packages.
(S-90) Insert DARS 52.211-9000, Requirement to Submit an Electronic Product List (EPL), in all solicitations/contracts when property is to be delivered under the contract and must be accounted for when an item is required to be uniquely identified in accordance with DFARS 252.211-7003. The requirement for incorporation of the clause and the submission of the EPL applies to DISA requiring offices only. The DISA requiring office shall ensure property accountability is addressed in the Statement of Work/Performance Work Statement (SOW/PWS). The DISA customer will be required to review and approve the EPL prior to acceptance of any property. The Contracting Officer shall attach the EPL to the SOW/PWS or the Equipment/Material list when DARS 52.211-9000 is included in the solicitation/contract. A copy of the EPL spreadsheet can be located at https://www.ditco.disa.mil/DitcoContractingTemplates/doku.php?id=government_property .
(e) DO-A7 ratings shall be applied to all contracts and orders in support of DoD customers for electronic and communications equipment (except where 15 CFR 700.17(f) applies). See Schedule I of the Defense Priorities and Allocations System (DPAS) at 15 CFR 700 http://www.ecfr.gov/cgi-bin/text-idx?c=ecfr&sid=d097bfda31c7d7dada21c205ddbdce46&rgn=div5&view=text&node=15:220.127.116.11.1&idno=15. . Ratings shall not be applied to contracts or orders for items that are:
● Excluded from DPAS coverage by 15 CFR 700.18(b). For example, communication services are specifically excluded (although communication equipment is covered by DPAS).
● (2) Inappropriate for DPAS coverage in accordance with Section C3.2, DoD 4400.1-M http://www.dtic.mil/whs/directives/corres/pdf/440001m.pdf. Inappropriate items include those that are commonly available in commercial markets, only require minimal modification, or are primarily for administrative purposes. Information technology equipment is only authorized a DPAS rating if it is integral to military operations and not used primarily for administrative or business purposes.
(f) DX ratings shall only be applied if the contract or order is in support of a program included on the DoD list of DX-rated programs. See USD (AT&L) Memorandum on DX-rated programs, 4 August 2011 at http://www.bis.doc.gov/index.php?option=com_docman&task=doc_download&gid=500&Itemid=182. contracting officers shall obtain the written concurrence of the HCO before applying a DX rating to any contract or order.
(S-90) The HCOs shall perform the functions of the procuring activity DPAS officers as prescribed in DoD 4400.1M, e.g., handle requests for special priorities assistance.